Archive for August, 2009

Youths Win At Hearts

August 29, 2009

Hearts 0Rangers 1

With Jamie Ness and Gregg Wylde on first team duty and Danny Wilson injured there were three changes to the team that drew with Falkirk last week. Darren Cole and Rhys McCabe came in to a re-shuffled back four and Gordon Dick coming in to midfield.

Rangers were first to threaten after ten minutes when Kane Hemmings played Archie Campbell through but he was forced wide and keeper Dean Lyness saved easily. Nine minutes later Rangers were unfortunate not to take the lead, great play down the left by Campbell and his cut back set up Gordon Dick, his effort coming back of the post with Lyness beaten.

Hearts first real chance came on 27 minutes after good play down the left saw Michael Deland through but his shot failed to trouble Grant Adam and he saved easily. Hearts were having their best spell of the game and eight minutes later another good passing move gave Jamie Walker a chance but he shot straight at Adam. A minute later Rangers had a big let off when Hearts really should have taken the lead. Jamie Walker turned Scott Durie and raced clear, his shot brought out a fine save from Adam, but with the keeper now helpless the ball fell to Scott Robinson and with the goal at his mercy he shot over.

Rangers then came back into the game and Kane Hemmings turned on a Rhys McCabe throw and his shot brought out a save from Lyness his right hand post at the expense of a corner. Five minutes before half time Hemming won the ball 30 yards from goal and his shot brought out another save from Lyness. The last action just before the half time whistle saw Scott Durie win the ball on the halfway line and stride forward to fire a shot just over.

Half Time:- Hearts 0 Rangers 0

Rangers started the second half on the ascendancy and Hemmings had a shot deflected wide. With eight minutes gone in the second half Rangers should have taken the lead, an attempted clearance cannoned off Max Wright in to the path of Archie Campbell but he was denied by a fantastic save from Lyness at close range.

On 65 minutes Rangers took the lead with a slighlty fortunate goal, Campbell broke forward in to the Hearts half and played the ball inside to Kal Naismith,  who then played the ball out wide left where Rhys McCabe’s cross was carried by the swirling wind over keeper Lyness and in to the net. Hearts then had a chance a couple of minutes later when a free kick from wide left wasn’t cleared by the Rangers defence but the eventual effort on goal when wide of the post.

On 72 minutes Rangers should have increased their lead, Hemmings flicked on Darren Cole free kick to give Campbell a clear chance, but he shot over. Five minutes later it was Hemmings that came close, running on to a McCabe through ball he lobbed the advancing Lyness only to see the ball just go past.

Rangers saw the game out comfortably and the last effort of note came from a McCabe free kick that had Lyness scrambling across goal as the ball just missed his left hand post.

Full Time:- Hearts 0 Rangers 1

Rangers:- Grant Adam; Darren Cole, Chris Scott, Scott Durie, Rhys McCabe; Max Wright (Christiano Kisuka 57mins), Gordon Dick, Kyle Hutton, Kal Naismith (Kyle McAusland 77mins), Archie Campbell; Kane Hemmings (Steven Forbes 86 mins).

Not Used:- Mark Weir, Andrew Milne, Ewan McNeil

Hearts:- Dean Lyness; Billy McKenna, Dylan McGowan, Conrad Balatoni (Jamie McCormack 46 mins) , Michael Deland; Jamie Walker  (Ryan Stewart), Danny Thomson, Jihn Woods, Jason Holt (David Smith 53mins), Scott Robinson; Jordan Morton.

Fightback Secures Point For Youths

August 21, 2009

Rangers 2 Falkirk 2

Rangers under 19’s got their league campaign under way this afternoon at Murray Park, and had to come from two goals down to secure a point. It was a disappointing start to the competitive season, but at the half time mark it was looking much worse.

Yet they started brightly and Kal Naismith should really have put them ahead in the 13th minute. Scott Durie’s cross into the box was missed by the Falkirk defence and Naismith was left with only the keeper to beat, but was too deliberate and Kevin Walker blocked with his legs. Walker was in action again two minutes later, tipping over an Archie Campbell effort when he was sent clear by Darren Cole.

A minute later Campbell had another chance on the end of a Grant Adam clearance but miss hit his shot and Walker saved easily. Falkirk then took the lead on 21 minutes with their first real effort at goal. Lewis Bonnar picked the ball up in midfield and strode forward to fire a shot from 25 yards that found the top corner via the post with Adam seeming to anticipate it going wide.

A couple of minutes later and Campbell was played through  by Naismith, keeper Walker again denied the Rangers striker with a fine save low to his right at the expensive of a corner. On 26 minutes Falkirk managed to break from defending a corner to double their lead. Naismith’s corner was flicked on by Kyle Hutton and was cleared of the line. The ball was played forward and Durie missed his tackle on the halfway line and James Bloom raced clear, he advanced into the box to shot past Adam.

Rangers having made those earlier chances were now struggling to make an impact and the nearest thing to a goal before the half ended came when Young and Scott Davidson combined on the right and the laters effort went just over.

Half Time:- Rangers 0 Falkirk 2

Straight from the kick off Walker made another fine save to deny Gregg Wylde after he broke down the left and fired in an effort from just inside the box. Just before the hour mark a long ball was missed by Danny Wilson and Blair Young shot just wide. At the other end Jamie Ness played the ball out to substitute Rhys McCabe who’s cross was met by Hutton but was just off target.

With 25 minutes remaining Grant Adam had to look smart to tip another Young effort over. Then Max Wright came close to reducing the deficet when set up my Dylan McGeough but his shot was deflected wide.

On 70 minutes Rangers pulled one back, a corner on the left was taken by Max Wright,  was met by the head of Danny Wilson to give the keeper no chance. A minute later saw a carbon copy of the previous corner but this time a combination of keeper Walker and the defender on the line, some how managed to divert the ball over the bar.

The equaliser was only delayed, from the resultant corner, this time taken from the right by Gregg Wylde caused panic in the Falkirk penalty area with the ball eventually falling for Jamie Ness to net from close range.

The expected pressure from the Rangers to snatch a winner never materialised and the best chance before the end came with two minutes on the clock. A corner from the right was missed by Adam but the Falkirk player headed over.

Full Time:- Rangers 2 Falkirk 2

Rangers:- Grant Adam; Scott Durie, Chris Scott, Danny Wilson, Gregg Wylde; Darren Cole (Rhys McCabe 46mins), Kyle Hutton, Jamie Ness, Kal Naismith (Max Wright 55mins); Kane Hemmings, Archie Campbell (Dylan McGeough 63mins)

Not Used:- Mark Weir, Kyle McAusland.

Falkirk:- Kevin Walker; Blair Aiston, Murray Wallace, Euen Grant, James Bloom; Ally Graham, Sean Fraser, Jonathan Cooper, Lewis Bonnar; Scott Davidson, Blair Young.


Rangers 6 Ayr United 0

The much changed under 15 squad continued there build up to the news season with an easy win over Ayr United at Murray Park on Thursday night. The game was played over three, 30 minute periods, with Rangers finishing the first period 3-0 up.

The first goal coming when a Blair Munn corner was headed home at the back post by Kieran McKenna. The impressive Darren Ramsay added a second when he won the ball just ouside the penalty area, made space for a shot and beat the keeper from the 18 yard line. The third gaol came whan a good passing move put Charlie Telfer clear and he ran on to slot past the keeper.

The second period only saw a single goal due some good defending, bad misses and heroics from the Ayr keeper. The goal coming near the end of the period, Darren Ramsay breaking through and finding the net from the rebound after the keeper had blocjked his first effort.

The final period saw a further two goals, Darren Ramsay powering home a header from another Blair Munn cornert to complete his hat trick. Then new recruit from Queens Park Gordon Young scoring a similar effort to Ramsay’s second, scoring from a rebound after the keeper blocked his first effort.

Rangers Squad:- Sam George, Dylan Dykes, Kieran McKenna, Stuart Urquhart, Jordan Wilson, Darren Lyons, Darren Ramsay, Blair Munn, Darren McGill, Charlie Telfer, Callum McConnell, Gordon Young, Ciaran Summers, Jake ??, Yusef ??

Under 13’s Win United Juegd Cup

August 17, 2009


Rangers Under 13’s led by coaches Ally Dawson and Davie Stewart, Physio Gerry McGeogh and Scout John McPherson went one better than last year by winning the United Jeugd Cup in Holland over the weekend.

They opened their group games against English Premership academy side Blackburn Rovers. It proved to be a bit frustrating for the young Gers, after taking the lead through Hussain Kaware and dominating the game. They were pegged back when the English side were awarded a rather soft penalty, who then hung on to secure a 1-1 draw.

Next up were local side JSV Nieuwegein and Rangers took an early lead through Hussain Kaware who went on to complete his hat-trick. Ryan Hardie also grabbed a hat-trick and single goals from Sam McKenzie and Callum Shippcott completed a comfortable win.

The final group game was against a SC Heerenveen side that had won their two games. This meant the Rangers youngsters had to win to top their group. In a game that they never looked like losing goals from Hussain Kaware and Ryan Hardie saw them through to the quarter finals as group winners.

Their quarter final opponents were German cracks Hertha Berlin, who came  2nd in their group to an Ajax team coached by Dutch legend Denis Bergkamp. Hot shot Hussain Kaware grabbed another hat-trick and great free kick goal by Adam Wilson had the light blues cruising, Hertha did grab a late consolation to make the final score 4-1.

The Semi Final was what many felt should have been the final, the opponents being a very talented Russian side Konoplev FA. In a very difficult game the sides were only separated by another brilliant Adam Wilson free-kick and Rangers were in the final for the second year running.

The task in the final was Dutch side FC Utrect, who had eliminated Bolton Wanderers, SC Heerenveen, Werder Bremen, FC Groningen and FC Cologne in their passage to the final.

The young Gers took the lead with a magnificent goal from Hussain Kaware beating two players on the edge of the box he curled an unstoppable shot into the Utrecht net. They started the 2nd half were they left off and it was no surprise when they went two up, again Hussain Kaware was the scorer racing through and beating two Utrecht defenders to finish with ease.

With the young Rangers boys now thinking of lifting the cup, they went to sleep and Utrecht pulled a goal back within a minute. The Murray Park youngsters reply was to go straight up the park to make it 3-1 , substitute Callum Shippcott raced clear to slot past the Utrecht keeper. So 3-1 was the final score and Rangers were the Champions, a great achievement from the Ibrox youngsters. Hussain Kaware also winning the top goalscorer award with 9 goals.

The Rangers squad was as follows:-

Goalkeepers :- Max Currie, Robbie McCrorie

Defenders:- Ross Lyon, Greg Taylor, Michael Mossie, Craig Burke, Darren Whyte, Sam Liddington

Midfielders:- Rory Currie, Adam Wilson, Sam McKenzie, Scott Lochead, David Fair

Strikers:- Hussain Kaware, Ryan Hardie, Callum Shippcott, Ross McNeil

Development Teams Round Up

August 16, 2009

The younger youth sides were all in action this weekend, the under 13’s were participating in a youth tournament in Holland, while the others took on youth sides from Queens Park. I managed to take in the under 17’s game on Sunday morning and the under 14’s on Sunday afternoon.

Rangers 4 Queens Park 1

The Rangers under 17’s took on Queens Park for the second time this pre-season, the previous meeting ending in a 1-1 draw. The Rangers starting lineup this morning included two Polish trialists, central defender Kamil Slaby and left sided midfielder Bartek Szeliga. It was the Polish midfielder who almost opened the scoring in the 5th minute, Ewan McNeil and Adam Hunter combined down the right and Hunter’s low cross found its way to Bartek Szeliga at the back post, his effort coming back off the post.

Five minutes later Ewan McNeil dispossessed the full back and his cross saw the keeper dive to punch, his clearance falling to Anthony Marenghi just inside the box and his net bound shot was cleared off the line. Marenghi then rose to flick on a Blair Currie punt and set Christiano Kisuka clear the Queens keeper making a fine save.

At the other end Currie made  a decent save from a header after a cross from wide on the right. On 20 minutes Kisuka broke down the left and his ball into the box found Dylan McGeough who was foiled by another fine save. Queens Park had a chance from a free kick on 32 minutes, Currie saving comfortably.

With ten minutes to the break a great cross field pass by Nicky Main released McNeil and again the visitors keeper kept the score sheet blank. A minute later Szeliga played in Marenghi this time it was a much more comfortable save by the keeper.

Half Time:- Rangers o Queens Park 0

Seven minutes after the break Rangers took the lead, McGeough won the ball and fed Ewan McNeil on the right side of the penalty area and he made no mistake with a fine strike. Two minutes later Ewan McNeil struck again, this time Marenghi found him on the right, he cut inside past two defenders and found the net from the edge of the box.

Just after the hour mark a long range looping shot from Adam Hunter brought out a fine save from the keeper. The goal was only delayed a couple of minutes, a good run and pass by Kisuka set up Steven Hetherington who advanced in to the box from the left and slotted past the keeper. Ten minutes later Ewan McNeil completed his hat trick, Frankie Owens was fouled just outside the box and McNeil’s effort beat the keeper with the aid of a deflection.

Queens the had a couple of chances first shooting wide, then Currie made a fine block at point blank range. With 10  minutes remaining a long clearance bounced through in to the box and McGeough’s header was saved. The trialist substitute then fed Hetherington on the left, his ball into the box eventually fell to McNeil who shot across goal. On 85 minutes the trialist exchanged headers with McGeough that sent him clear only to be denied by the legs of the keeper.

With three minutes left Queens Park got a consolation goal, Blair Currie made a great save from a shot from well inside the box, put was helpless as the rebound was netted from close range at the back post. The final effort fittingly came from McNeil when played through by McGeough and the Spiders keeper capped a fine performance with another good save.

Rangers 4 Queens Park 1

Rangers:- Blair Currie, Adam Hunter, Scott Rumsby, Kamil Slaby, Michael Noble; Ewan McNeil, Nicky Main, Dylan McGeough, Bartek Szeliga (Steven Hetherington 61mins); Christano Kisuka (Frankie Owens 74mins), Anthony Marenghi (Trialist 68mins)

Under 13’s Triumph in Holland

Late news, Rangers under 13’s have just won the United Jeugd Cup in Holland. A tournament involving  Ajax, Feynoord, Hertha Berlin, Werder Bremen, Blackburn Rovers and Bolton Wanderers among others.They opened their group games with a 1-1 draw with Blackburn Rovers, followed with wins against JSV Nieuwegein (8-0) and SC Heerenveen (2-0) meant they topped their group a point ahead of SC Heerenveen.

This was followed with wins agianst Hertha Berlin (4-1) and Konoplev FA (1-0) to set up a final against FC Utrecht with the young light blues coming out on top by 3-1. More details to follow in the next few days.

Under 14’s Record Big Win

I took in the under 14’s game in the afternoon  and despite going behind to a superbly struck free kick the under 14’s won by a big score. There were a few new players added from last season and will update this post with details the squad that took part. One of the new players Kjeld McIntyre scored four goals  including two sublime lobs when through on the keeper.

With last seasons stalwarts Jack Baird, Lewis Martin, Ryan Sinnamon, Tom Walsh, Lewis Spence and Scott Roberts starting along side for new players and Under 15’s keeper Sam George (Liam Kelly is on holiday) the young Gers had soon established a clear lead at the end of the first 30 minutes period.

The Rangers squad was :- Sam George, Ryan Sinnamon, Lewis Martin, Greg Pescezio, Jack Baird, Scott Roberts, Kjeld McIntyre, Lewis Spence, Luke Hammond, Tom Walsh, Clody Ntumba, Lewis Morgan, Liam Smith, Jamie Mills, Elliott Ford, Mark Filshie.

Youths Disappoint Against Saints

August 14, 2009

Rangers 1 St.Mirren 3

It was a disappointing result and performance in the youth side’s final pre-season game at a rain soaked Murray Park on Friday afternoon. Things stated to go wrong early when on 7 minutes Andy Milne was short with a pass back and the St.Mirren striker advanced into the box and smacked the ball past Grant Adam to give them an early lead. Two minutes later the same player almost added a second, Grant Adam misjudging his shot and was fortunate to see it rebound from the post.

Rangers had there first chance on 13 minutes a long ball sent Max Wright clear on the right and his cut back gave Archie Campbell a chance but he shot wide. A minute later a quick free kick by Steven Forbes saw Rhys McCabe’s shot deflected and the keeper had to scramble across goal to divert for a corner. Next Gregg Wylde made progress down the left and his cross was knocked just past the near post by Max Wright.

On the half hour mark a free kick on the right hand side of the box saw Kal Naismiths’s effort deflected wide for a corner. Five minutes later a good move involving McAusland, Campbell and Wright set up McCabe but he shot weakly straight at the keeper. St. Mirren then had a chance when their left midfielder had an effort saved by Adam. Just before half-time Wylde won the ball in midfield and fed Campbell who cut inside and saw his shot saved.

Half-Time:- Rangers 0 St.Mirren 1

A few minutes after the break a great run and pass by Gordon Dick saw Kane Hemmings thwarted by the keeper who advanced from his area to block. Just before the hour mark St. Mirren increased their lead when Darren Cole was adjudged to have fouled just inside the right side of the penalty area and the Saints striker scored easily from the spot.

A couple of minutes later Scott Durie was denied by the keeper at point blank range when a Dick corner broke to him in front of goal. Dick then returned the ball into the box and Durie beat the keeper to the cross but headed over. With just under 20 minutes remaining Rangers pulled a goal back, Rhys McCabe picked up a loose ball and his shot from 25 yards seemed to deceive the keeper and find the net.

Rangers did not get an opportunity to build on that when the visitors striker completed his hat-trick with a superb goal. He took on the Rangers defence beating two players then finishing with an exquisite lob over Mark Weir. In the final minute Kane Hemmings burst past two defenders and with only the keeper to beat he shot wildly past, summing up Rangers afternoon.

Billy Kirkwood will be looking for a big improvement when their league campaign starts at home to Falkirk next week. The line up in that game should give an indication what players will make up the youth squad this season. So far Jamie Ness and Danny Wilson have not been used much at this level.

Rangers :- Grant Adam (Mark Weir 46mins); Kyle McAusland, Scott Durie, Darren Cole, Andy Milne (Gordon Dick 46 mins); Kal Naismith (Kane Hemmings 46mins), Steven Forbes, Rhys McCabe, Gregg Wylde; Archie Campbell, Max Wright.

US Visitors Too Strong For Young Gers

August 10, 2009

A young Rangers side took on the Under 18 Academy team from MLS side Houston Dynamo at Murray Park on Sunday afternoon. In what was a close game for the first hour, the US side which was on average two years older, ran out comfortable winners in the final half hour.

Rangers 0 Houston Dynamo 4

The first chance came when the Houston keeper came out of his box and missed his attempted header, Zane Powell appeared to being held back as he tried to shoot goalwards, but his effort lacked power and was easily cleared.

Gary Inglis then had to look sharp to rush from his penalty area to clear a through ball. On 18 minutes a good passing move by the US side saw them move the ball from wide left to wide right but the shot was wide of the goal.

Midway through the half  Dylan McGeough play the ball through to Lee Cochrane, under pressure from the central defender he shot straight at the keeper. With ten minutes of the first half remaining Adam Hunter and Lewis McLeod combined down the right and Hunter’s cross had visitor’s keeper Pat Wall stretching to claw the ball away from under his bar.

Half Time :- Rangers 0 Houston Dynamo 0

A few minutes after the break only a stunning save from keeper Wall prevented Rangers taking the lead. Anthony Marenghi got to the byline on the left, his cross was met by the head of Nicky Main at the back post, it looked like a certain goal till Wall dived across goal and touched the ball on to the post and wide.

On the hour mark Houston took the lead, a long ball out of defence by Sebastien Ibeagha was headed on and substitute Jade George ran on to shoot past Blair Currie in the Rangers goal. A couple of minutes later and the visitors doubled their lead. Abe Matamoros and Ibeagha combined down the right the latter’s shot was ajudged, rather harshly, to have been handled by Stuart Urquhart and the referee pointed to the spot. Abe Matamoros stepped up to beat Currie low to his right.

The young Rangers side was now struggling and with just under 20 minutes remaining thy lost a third goal. Josue Morales play the ball forward into the Rangers box, it should have been cleared by Stuart Urquhart, but the 14 year old was out muscled by Jade George who fired past Currie.

With eight minutes left on the clock Jade George completed his hat trick, Another long ball by Ibeagha and a great first touch by George, set him up to beat Currie from just inside the box.

Full Time:- Rangers 0 Houston Dynamo 0

Not a great afternoon for the young Gers, it was a bit disappointing the way they capitulated after losing the first goal. Up to that stage they looked the more likely team to score. Perhaps the opponents were under estimated by the coaches, and in hindsight they may have fielded a few older players.

There were certainly a few players in the American side that impressed. The pick being 17 year old central defender Chibuzo Odenigwe, three goal striker Jade George,  17 year old Sebastien Ibeagha and 15 year old Bryan Celis in midfield. They now taken on Celtic, so it will be interesting to see what side Celtic put out and of course the result. After that they move on to Spain where they take on Barcelona, Real Madrid and Villareal.

Rangers:- Gary Inglis (Blair Currie 46mins); Adam Hunter (Mark Taylor 65mins), Scott Rumsby, Stuart Urquhart, Michael Noble; Christiano Kisuka (Lewis McLeod 27mins), Nicky Main, Dylan McGeough, Anthony Marenghi (Frankie Owens 63 mins), Zane Powell (Lee Cochrane 13 mins( Trialist No. 17 46mins), Trialist No. 9.

Houston Dynamo:- Pat Wall, Reagan Haisler, Chibuzo Odenigwe, Robert Kelley, Benji Saenz (Leo Ayala 80mins), Sebastien Ibeagha, Bryan Celis (Adrian Mandoza 60 mins), Steven Salinas (Christian Camera 55mins), Josue Morales (Sebastian Karpen 75mins), Abe Matamoros (Irvinn Ramirez 75mins), Erik Sanchez (Jade George 75mins).

Youths V Saints Match Report

August 4, 2009

Rangers 2 St.Johnstone 2

Following on from their 4-3 win at Beith Juniors on Saturday, Billy Kirkwood’s under 19’s, supplemented by Andy Little, continued their pre-season build up with a game against an experienced St. Johnstone side at Murray Park tonight. With St. Johnstone including first team squad players Euan McLean, Steven Anderson, Kevin Moon, Paul Sheerin and former Ranger Peter MacDonald it was a stiff test for the Murray Park youngsters.

The home side were first to threaten when Gregg Wylde was fouled on the left and Max Wright sent the free kick into the box where Andy Little made a near post run and touched the ball just wide. Two minutes later a great run from the halfway line by Wylde took him  past two defenders but his shot was just too straight and McLean saved comfortably.

Just after the quarter hour mark McLean had to look sharp to cut out a low cross into the box from Archie Campbell, after good play by Campbell and Wright down the right. A minuter later a long ball from Scott Durie sent Campbell clear but his attempted lob was just to high and cleared the bar.

St. Johnstone’s first attempt came from Peter MacDonald on 20 minutes, his long range effort going just over. A couple of minutes later another long range effort from Kevin Moon saw Grant Adam save to left. Adam was in action again  a few minutes later saving a header after a cross from the left.

The Wright/Campbell combination the set up Wylde and keeper McLean stood up well to block his powerful effort. At the other end MacDonald had a chance after Adam missed a free kick  from the left, but under pressure he could only knock the ball wide.

The first half chances came to a close with a couple of minutes remaining,  Campbell robbed the defender at the edge of the box but his effort flashed across goal.

Half Time:- Rangers 0 St. Johnstone 0

The second half started with a couple of chances for the visitors. First MacDonald shot wide, then a free kick from the right by Paul Sheerin saw Adam save at his near post. On 62 minutes the Perth men broke the dead lock, a good turn by the substitute David Heagney inside the box gave him the time and space to beat Adam.

Rangers replied with a Wylde free kick after  Anthony Marenghi was fouled, his powerful strike forcing Mclean to dive and tip over. With just under 20 minutes remaining St. Johnstone had a strong penalty claim when Kyle McAusland appeared to foul Mac Donald inside the box, but the referee waved play on.

Rangers capitalised on that let off with 11 minutes remaining. A cross-field pass from right to left saw Campbell pick out Anthony Marenghi who cut in from the wing and gave McLean no chance with a right foot shot.

Two minutes later and the young Gers were in front. Gregg Wylde intercepted a short pass back,  rounded the keeper and found the net from a tight angle.

The lead was short lived though, when Scott Durie barged David Heagney in the back and the referee correctly pointed to the spot and the St. Johnstone player netted his second beating Adam low to his right.

In the final minutes the visitors could have snatched a win. First a good run and shot by former Rangers youth player Darren Kelly was comfortably saved by Adam, then a long ball sent Heagney clear and only a fine Adam save denied him his hat-trick.

Full Time:- Rangers 2 St. Johnstone 2

Rangers :- Grant Adam; Kyle McAusland, Scott Durie, Andy Little (Anthony Marenghi 63 mins), Steven Forbes; Christiano Kisuka (Steven Hetherington 58 mins), Kyle Hutton (Zane Powell 69 mins), Jamie Ness (Dylan McGeough 58mins), Gregg Wylde; Archie Campbell, Max Wright.